Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 was launched last November, and it came with the first 108MP camera on a smartphone. At that time, it also had the most flexible setups at the time. It had two telephoto shooters, and an ultrawide and a macro cam. The phone has been quite fun, and it sold well. It also got a lesser form of the Mi Note 10 Lite.
Where is Android 10?
But one thing that was not received well by users was the fact there is no update to Android 10. Older Xiaomi devices have Android 10. It seems that the wait is finally over because the Mi Note 10 will start rolling out an update to MIUI 11, based on Android 10.
However, it will be a “Global Stable Beta,” which is similar to a” release candidate.” It is not the final version, but it should be something closer to that. However, if they do find a nasty bug, they could halt the production and then start a new build after.
Only certain countries will get it
It seems that it will appear only for the “global” units. This means that they are not meant for China, Russia, India, or the European Economic Area.
What’s new with this update?
The update is the MIUI 188.8.131.52.QFDMIXM one, and you will need a 2.6GB space for download. Not only will it bring Android 10, but also the April 2020 security patch level, together with some optimizations and some bug fixes.
According to a new report, the camera, the fingerprint unlock experience, and the system speed has all been enhanced. There will also be a new live AOD feature. But do you know what we don’t find here? The built-in call recording is nowhere to be found.